Revised Code definition

Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code.
Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code, as amended.
Revised Code means the unnumbered revised articles of the City Code.

Examples of Revised Code in a sentence

Both the Clean Water Act and Section 6111.05 Ohio Revised Code state that effluent data and receiving water quality data shall not be considered confidential.

Sections 6111.44 and 6111.45, Ohio Revised Code, require that plans for treatment works or improvements to such works be approved by the Director of the Ohio EPA prior to initiation of construction.

ORC 6111.99 provides that any person who violates Sections 6111.04, 6111.042, 6111.05, or division (A) of Section 6111.07 of the Revised Code shall be fined not more than $25,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

Such violations may result in the imposition of civil and/or criminal penalties as provided for in Section 309 of the Act and Ohio Revised Code Sections 6111.09 and 6111.99.

Additionally, all or a portion of the capital expenditures related to installing air pollution control equipment under this permit may be eligible for financing and State tax exemptions through the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority (OAQDA) under Ohio Revised Code Section 3706.


More Definitions of Revised Code

Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code of the State of Ohio, as amended.
Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code which sets forth all of Ohio's statutory law as created and enacted by the Ohio legislature.
Revised Code means the general statutes of the state of Ohio as revised and consolidated into titles, chapters, and sections.
Revised Code means the Revised Code of the State of Ohio.
Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code. “State” or “Ohio” means the State of Ohio.
Revised Code means the Ohio Revised Code, a codification of all of the Ohio statutes of a general and permanent nature.
Revised Code means the Revised Code of the Consolidated City of Indianapolis & Marion County.